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AirWatch Announces Speaker Lineup and Agenda for AirWatch Connect 2013, the Leading Enterprise Mobility User Conference at Mobile World Congress

AirWatch®, the global leader and innovator in mobile security and the largest Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) provider announces the speaker lineup for AirWatch Connect 2013, the leading enterprise mobility user group conference at Mobile World Congress, Feb. 25 – 27, 2013, in hall 3, booth #3B34.

“AirWatch continues to drive thought leadership within the mobile community, and we recognized MWC is the premier industry event to bring together our customers, partners and industry experts,” said John Marshall, president and CEO, AirWatch. “Mobility is the key enabler for our customers to drive new levels of efficiency and growth within their organizations. AirWatch is committed to providing not only the best technology, but also the global forums and community to share ideas, address current challenges and learn best practices.”

Monday sessions are open to all Mobile World Congress attendees. Only Connect 2013 registrants can participate in Tuesday and Wednesday sessions that include executive, product and technical tracks. Connect attendees will hear from more than 20 innovative companies and industry experts and can plan their agendas and view a full list of speakers on the Connect website.

Monday, Feb. 25, sessions include:

  • Gartner: “Key Trends Shaping the Future of Enterprise Mobility” presented by Dimension Data
  • IDC: “Managed Services for Enterprise Mobility” presented by Vox Mobile
  • Samsung: “Samsung Next Generation Enterprise Capabilities”
  • Nokia: “Windows Phone 8 Ready for Business”
  • Heavy Reading, F-Secure, Entrust, SK Telecom and Dimension Data: “GSMA Mobile Security Strategy Forum”
  • Salesforce.com: “Driving Business Value through Mobility”
  • Jeppesen, United Airlines and Air France: “Global Airlines Taking Mobility to New Heights”
  • Pearson International and Mind Lab Group: “Empower Mobile Learning in the Classroom”
  • Deloitte, Ovum and Ulys: “Security, Privacy and Legal Implications of BYOD”
  • AT&T and Coca-Cola: “Atlanta – Where Mobility Meets the Real World” presented by Metro Atlanta Chamber

Tuesday, Feb. 26, and Wednesday, Feb. 27, session topics will cover some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities for enterprise mobility including the consumerization of IT and BYOD; the latest device, operating system and OEM innovations; EMM trends and best practices; mobile device, application and content management strategies; and enterprise integration. Technical tracks will cover certificate management, APIs, content collaboration, telecom management, analytics, compliance and other key AirWatch capabilities that improve business processes and employee effectiveness.

About AirWatch

AirWatch is the largest Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) provider in the world with more than 5,300 customers and 1,000 employees. Feb. 25 – 27, 2013, AirWatch will host AirWatch Connect 2013, the leading user group conference for enterprise mobility, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Session speakers include top industry analysts and more than 20 global customers at the Connect booth #3B34 in hall 3. AirWatch Connect sponsors include Aerohive, Blue Coat, Bradford Networks, Dimension Data, Entrust, Fishnet Security, GEMA, IBM, IBELEM, Jeppesen, MicroStrategy, Nokia, NTS, Samsung, SCHIFFL, Siemens Enterprise Communications, Unisys, Vox Mobile, Xirrus and Zebra Technologies.

For more information, visit www.air-watch.com/connect/barcelona-2013.

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